Amazon bumps up its Galaxy S21 FE Black Friday discounts to as much as $320 (!!!)

We may earn a commission if you make a purchase from the links on this page.
Amazon bumps up its Galaxy S21 FE Black Friday discounts to as much as $320 (!!!)
It was only last week that the early 2022-released Galaxy S21 FE 5G dropped to lower-than-ever-prices for all Amazon customers in 128 and 256GB storage configurations, and somewhat surprisingly, the e-commerce giant appears to have discreetly launched some even sweeter Black Friday promotions.

The already inexpensive 6.4-inch high-end handset with Snapdragon 888 processing power and unlocked 5G support for all (big and small) US carriers is now crazy cheap (all things considering) at $300 and $320 discounts in 128 and 256 gig variants respectively.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE

5G, Unlocked, 128GB Storage, Multiple Colors

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE

5G, Unlocked, 256GB Storage, Graphite

This is easily one of the overall greatest Black Friday Galaxy deals available mere hours before the actual big day even if the S21 Fan Edition is not featured on our latest list of the all-around best phones money can buy in 2022

But although you'd clearly be happier if you opted for a Galaxy S22+ or S22 Ultra as a Christmas gift for a loved one, close friend, or even yourself, the three devices are not very close in terms of their discounted Black Friday 2022 pricing.

Samsung's "vanilla" 6.1-inch Galaxy S22 is also considerably pricier than this slightly less powerful 6.4-incher, which only costs 50 bucks more than the older 6.5-inch S20 FE with a Snapdragon 865 processor inside.

Bottom line, you're looking at one of the best Black Friday phone deals around, and even though Cyber Monday is still a few days away, we don't see how anyone could possibly improve Amazon's current discounts.

These are a lot higher than what Samsung itself and other major retailers like Best Buy have to offer right now with no strings attached, and if you hurry, you can even choose your favorite color from a grand total of four options as far as the entry-level 128GB storage variant is concerned. The 256 gig model, meanwhile, is exclusively available in "graphite", which means it could easily go out of stock before you inevitably reach the conclusion that the value for money here is absolutely unbeatable.

Loading Comments...
FCC OKs Cingular\'s purchase of AT&T Wireless